The Social Contract Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 50:

1.

This statement explains the necessity of what concept: "No citizen shall be rich enough to buy another and none so poor as to be forced to sell himself; this implies that the more exalted persons need moderation in goods and influence and the humbler persons moderation in avarice and covetousness." (from Book 2, Part 4)

2.

A mixed form of government is defined as what? (from Book 3, Part 2)

3.

The two main objectives of all laws should be ______ and _______. (from Book 2, Part 4)

4.

A strong constitution and a good government are more reliable than what? (from Book 2, Part 3)

5.

Which of the following terms is used to refer to anything that takes the citizen away from that which he perceives as his life of relative ease? (from Book 3, Part 4)

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